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armorer

[′är·mər·ər]
(ordnance)
One who services and repairs small arms, fills ammunition belts, and performs similar duties necessary to keep small arms ready for use.

armorer

The trade for military ground crew specializing in armament, including the arming of aircraft.
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The armourer is known to police and has been quizzed over several gangland slayings in which his weapons are thought to have been used.
In his primary role as an armourer, he was first class, never one to call time when there was a job to be done.
None rose to the challenge with greater distinction than the armourers of northern Italy who had been the international leaders in their craft from at least the fourteenth century.
Tenders are invited for Special Repair To Building No T10 To T 14 T-137 Mess P 6 Armourer Shop And T 15 Old Jco Mess And Certain Misc Repair Works In The Area Of Jrc Under Age Br Ii At Ge West Bareilly
Security sources say he was the armourer behind both the Sousse attack and the shooting at the Bardo Museum, where 22 tourists - including British solicitor Sally Adey - were killed.
The former soldier admitted acting as an armourer to crime families across the country.
The 33-year-old will be back as Daniel Craig's armourer when shooting starts for a new 007 flick later this year.
At Yarmouth, Armourer can prove too sharp for his rivals in the Asco And Perenco Handicap.
Sonny's father, Jem Carter, contacted a relative who is a former RAF armourer, and advised the family to call 999 and place the bomb in a bucket of cold water, in case it was a German phosphorous bomb that are susceptible to detonate when dry.
Mr Berry served with the Royal Air Force for five years as an armourer.
I can't really explain why I became an armourer," the former High Tunstall School pupil said.